After a string of announcements a few years back, there’s been few new, high-profile biotech startups taking shape in New York. But that quiet period might be coming to an end this morning with the arrival of Quentis Therapeutics, a cancer immunotherapy startup born from the lab of former Weill Cornell Medicine dean and immunologist Laurie Glimcher. The company makes its debut today with a $48 million Series A round.
Generation Bio said it closed a $100 million series B financing to advance to the clinic its first two therapeutics candidates using its GeneWave platform to develop a new class of genetic medicines with drug-like qualities.
XtalPi Inc., a computation-driven pharmaceutical technology company, announced that it has closed a Series B funding round of 15 million USD led by Sequoia China, with participation from Google and existing investor Tencent. To date, XtalPi has raised over 20 million USD, making it one of the top-funded AI-powered biotechs.
Rani Therapeutics, the developer of a pill designed to replace injectable drug delivery for patients suffering from chronic diseases, today announced that it has raised $53 million to invest in manufacturing in preparation for human clinical trials. This investment brings the total raised to $142 million in funding.
Stimwave has raised $50 million to support commercialization of its neuromodulation pain therapies. The financing equips Stimwave to push ahead with its previously disclosed plans to make its devices available across the U.S.
TAI Diagnostics, Inc., focused on developing innovative diagnostic tests for monitoring the health of transplanted organs, announced the final closing of a $10 million Series A preferred equity financing. The company has now raised over $21 million since its inception. The proceeds of this financing will support on-going research and development of TAI’s innovative cell-free DNA (cfDNA) transplant monitoring technology, clinical studies, and the upcoming commercial launch of its post-transplant monitoring assays performed by its CLIA and CAP accredited reference laboratory.
Alveo Technologies, Inc., ("Alveo" or "the Company") whose mission it is to create affordable and accessible infectious disease diagnostic devices, announced the closing of a $38 million Series A financing raised by Maxim Merchant Capital, a division of Maxim Group LLC. The round was oversubscribed and included existing and new investors. The offering proceeds will be used to advance the optimization and commercialization of Alveo's rapid diagnostic platform for infectious diseases.
your submission has already been received.
Please enter a valid Email address！
The most relevant industry news & insight will be sent to you every two weeks.